Hans Wilschut’s work originates from the urban world. His photographs are lyric reflections on the increasingly built-up surroundings. An underlying social theme can often be found in his photographic work. Wilschut searches the boundaries between public and private domain at the frayed edges of cities for places where changes merge and manifest. Using a personal approach, he attempts to highlight themes including socio-cultural metamorphoses, the increase in tourism, the shift in world economies and demographic growth in portraits that stand alone. Hans Wilschut sees the photographic study as a dialogue with the city. Like an urban explorer, Hans Wilschut travels these urban landscapes, where his exploration usually leads him to places hidden from view. Hans lives in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
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